Fena and the Goblin Knights finally arrive at the end of their journeys and reach Eden in Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10. Was the anticipation worth it, and what lies beyond? Let’s find out in this review!
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 Overview
Fena: Pirate Princess is an action-adventure series that is developed by Production IG. Production IG is a studio that is very well known for developing instant classics such as Attack on Titan, Haikyuu, and Vinland Saga. It is an original anime, so it isn’t adapted from or inspired by any manga or light novel. The series is created and directed by Kazuto Nakazawa, previously known for directing episodes in anime like Samurai Champloo and B: The Beginning.
This episode is known as Kaizoku Oujo Episode 10 in original Japanese. If you missed our review of the previous episode in this series, click here to read it!
– Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 Review does not contain spoilers –
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 Review- Art and Music
The one thing that this show has had going for it is the fantastic animation and music that it has had since its beginning. Some marvellous atmospheric settings complemented by tremendous character design and animation ensured that Fena: Pirate Princess wasn’t getting overlooked anytime soon by fans of the medium and the genre. The series has always felt like a lot of love and care went into producing it, and it deserves all the acclaim it can get because of it.
That said, Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 was the show’s best outing yet. The show had been building up Eden for quite a while before we got our first look at it in this episode, and it was every bit as beautiful as we were told it would be. Everything on the screen was polished and impeccable, and I’m sure I wouldn’t find a flaw if I went looking with a magnifying glass. It was almost high art, folks.
If anyone has ever seen the finale of the original Fullmetal Alchemist and its Sunken/Lost city, it will be my honour to tell you that a fallen city has finally been done justice in an anime. Eden in Fena: Pirate Princess looked majestic, to say the least. The island of Eden was just what you would imagine a lost and magical city to be like. Sprawling buildings buried deep underground, indoor waterfalls, gilded rooms, and sculptures coalesced to form some of the prettiest sights ever seen in an anime.
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 also featured some of the best music scores and songs this side of Made in Abyss, and the episode sounded just a good as it looked. The ethereal sounding songs were complemented by the majestic score, which bled into a melody that had been hinted at from the start of the show. The visuals and music of the final scene alone would have made this episode one for the ages, but the other parts were just as good. Check this one out just for the visuals if you don’t like the story.
Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 Review- Plot and Characters
There isn’t much to add or subtract here, as despite the episode being a visual spectacle, we didn’t get anything out of it that we didn’t already know. The entire runtime was dedicated to the Goblin Knights exploring Eden and marvelling its wonders. There were no explanations on how anything worked, and we are none the wiser about Fena’s connection to the place. We might learn more about that in the next two episodes, but we know nothing now. The characters were still great, and the dialogue was witty. There’s that, at least.
Visually breathtaking and sounding heavenly, Fena Pirate Princess Episode 10 was a sight to behold. Don’t bother turning in to learn more about the universe, though. We don’t do that here.
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